Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Sag Harbor. Sag Harbor is an incorporated village in Suffolk County, New York, United States, in the towns of East Hampton and Southampton. The population was 2,169 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 16 reviews
Very good to wonderful: Baked salmon by the pound (not cheap), well sourced Atlantic salmon, perfectly cooked, but worth it. Then you choose your veggies, also by the pound. We shared roasted Brussel sprouts and they were wonderful.Poor to terrible: Grilled cheese with fries. You choose cheddar or American cheese. I asked for cheddar, but there was no cheddar flavor in the cheese, and the bread was so saturated in cooking grease, whether it was margarine, oil, indiscriminate fatâ¦â¦ that it was soaked through the entire bread, and it would squish out as I bit down on the sandwich. Then I wonder, did they give me a fried bread and cheese sandwich? Good: The fries were really good. Average that out and you getâ¦. Average.I canât tell you who their customer base is, because of all of the different accents and languages we heard.
4 based on 129 reviews
Sen follows Japanese traditions by using local seasonal items that reflect seafood and produce freshness and availability. The cuisine at Sen always utilizes the highest quality, freshest ingredients. Japanese favorites such as Chicken Teriyaki or Yakitor
For a special occasion broke down and decided to go here. Normally we wouldn't try sushi this far away from a metro area.Very wide assortment of sakis. House generic one good quality.Decent shu mai type app, silken skin. We had sushi assortment, sashimi assortment. All fish was good and fresh, well cut, well sized, stratospherically priced.Good unobtrusive table service if a bit slow,
4 based on 67 reviews
A set menu set by an inflexible chef with no cherry picking ... screw the customers what do they know?So settled for omelette with bacon side. It wasnât bad at all. A pleasant setting on Sag Harbour High Street. A very buzzy place throbbing with Long Island tourists and local glitterati.
4 based on 99 reviews
In 2012, the Bell & Anchor opened for its first summer. Now, open for much more and much longer than just summer: the waterside Sag Harbor restaurant, conceived and operated by David Loewenberg & Sam McCleland, is a beacon of good and wholesome food in th
We were a group of 9 for 8:30. It took the waiter at least 20 minutes to take our drink order then another 20 for our food order. We didnât order appetizers and he suggested we should since it would likely be 40 minutes before we got our food! He explained that it was a Saturday night in the summer so it would take that long !!! I have never had an experience like this in any other busy restaurant and I find that very unacceptable.It is also very loud Thankfully the food was good although I would say not a good value
4 based on 132 reviews
If you want superb lobster bisque or clam chowder or fresh cooked fish, large lobster rolls, this is the place for you. There is some seating on stools but taking the food with you is a great option. Lines can be out the door, but it moves quickly. A must if you are visiting Sag Harbor, N.Y.
4 based on 162 reviews
We decided to have dinner here. We both ordered the Simple Lettuces/Salad. The dressing was outstanding we go downhil from here. My Beach Plum Farms Pork Shank with Anson Mill's polenta, red wine sauce was awful. The pork was overly fatty and no taste, I couldn't find the red wine sauce, but I got brussel sprouts that we just boiled. My husband ordered the Long Island Porgy Filet. He thought the fish was ok as was the brocolinni, but the tomato vinaigrette was a watered down version of ketchup. He would have rather had tarter sauce. I picked at my meal and then mentioned it to the waitstaff. The waitstaff was terrific, happy and smiling. A manager came over and told me he was not charging me for my dinner offered to get me something else, brought us more wine at no charge and served us dessert. Another manager wanted my constructive criticism so they can provide better service and food. In all this review is covering the food and not the staff. Dear funtimefamily12Thank you very much for taking the time to post a review on TripAdvisor.We value your feedback and are sorry to hear about your negative dining experience during Restaurant Week. Please be assured we have taken your comments to heart and they have been addressed appropriately.I do hope you will give us another opportunity to welcome you back, at which point we will spare no effort in proving you with a seamless experience.Best regards, Mario ArakelianGeneral Manager
4 based on 106 reviews
Lulu Kitchen & Bar is a year-round convivial Mediterranean bistro. Authentic, simple cooking is the driving force behind our menu. To best achieve that, we have made wood-ï¬red cooking the soul of our restaurant. The open ï¬ames create warmth and deliver pr
We had booked a reservation, but discovered that oysters were $1 apiece at the bar during Happy Hours that lasted till 6:30 Mon-Thur. It was Thursday. With that we moved to the bar, had a dozen each and then shared a good 8 ounce burger for our dinner. Enjoyed the food, and the best bargain for our dinner in a costly place like Sag Harbor where restauranteurs have to make a year's income in less than 4 months.
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